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Automatic 3D modeling of archaeological objects Marco Andreetto Nicola Brusco Guido M. Cortelazzo
 

Summary: Automatic 3D modeling of archaeological objects
Marco Andreetto Nicola Brusco Guido M. Cortelazzo
Department of Information Engineering
University of Padova
Padova, ITALY
Abstract
A wide-spread use of 3D models in archeology application
requires low cost equipment and technically simple model-
ing procedures. In this context methods for automatic 3D
modeling based on fully automatic techniques for 3D views
registration will play a central role. This paper proposes a
very robust procedure which does not require special equip-
ment or skill in order to make 3D models.
The results of this paper, originally conceived to address
the costs issues of heritage's modeling, can be profitably
exploited also in other modeling applications.
1. Introduction
3D modeling free-form surfaces is well established in some
niche applications such as automobile industry, fiction and
cartoon movies, special surgery and industrial mechanics,

  

Source: Abu-Mostafa, Yaser S. - Department of Mechanical Engineering & Computer Science Department, California Institute of Technology

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences